It’s hard to compete with Universal’s Frankenstein, Mel Brook’s Young Frankenstein, or even what’s going on in John Logan’s Penny Dreadful, and it’s doubtful that Emil J. Novak’s Frankenstein’s Patchwork Monster is going give any Frankenstein movie a run for its money. The most interesting thing about this movie, at least judging from the teaser trailer, is the score, which is reminiscent of Old Time Radio, such as that heard on Dragnet.
Of course, you’re innocent until proven guilty (unless you’re Bill Cosby), so Frankenstein’s Patchwork Monster might not be half bad; it is claiming to be a steampunkfilm, afterall. I’m not betting for any pink slips though.
Check out the teaser trailer above and let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.
Frankenstein’s Patchwork Monster Synopsis:
Immortality and the respect for human life are central topics in this film production. How far can the quest for scientific research go and still be moral. And where do they procure the cadaver’s for testing? This and many other surprises will astonish your senses in Frankenstein’s Patchwork Monster.
The movie is expected to drop in spring 2015, and stars Melantha Blackthorne, Bill Kennedy, Patrick Mallette, Daniel James, and Annmarie Bahny.
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